A cozy little airport in a perfect slice of paradise

Located right next to the Pacific Ocean in the community of Oceano, Oceano Airport is the perfect landing spot for you and your aircraft.  The airport is near the beach, several restaurants, and parks. Vehicle access to the airport is via Air Park Drive. The airport is bordered on the north by Pismo State Beach, on the east by the Union Pacific Railroad, and on the south by the Pismo Dunes Natural Preserve. The Pacific Ocean coastline is less than a half-mile from the main ramp area.

Fly-in only campsite is located next to the tarmac. There is a fire pit and restrooms available, but no showers or laundry. Camping fee is $15.00 a night.

Transient Aircraft Parking:

Transient tie downs are available for $12.00 a night.


Fuel is provided by ACI Jet. Please contact them for further information at (805) 782-9722.

Hangars and Tie Downs:

Tenant tie downs are also available for $50 a month. Please call (805) 781-5205 for availability.

Pilot Lounge:

Located near the restrooms and snack machine, this quaint building is a good place to put up your feet after a long flight.


Banner Airways: bannerairways.net (805) 474-6491
Empirical Systems Aerospace (ESA): esaero.com (805) 275-1053
Friends of Oceano Airport: friendsofoceanoairport.com/index.html

Documents and Notices


San Luis Obispo County has prepared a Final Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed airfield and facility improvements at Oceano Airport (Proposed Action). The Proposed Action includes widening Runway 11-29, widening taxiways, relocating the segmented circle and wind cone, installing taxiway edge lighting, installing hold position signage, installing a new electrical vault and electrical connections, and installing a pollution control facility (wash rack). The Final EA is in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Order 1050.1F, Executive Orders 11988 and 11990, and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. Pursuant to FAA Order 1050.1F and Executive Orders 11988 11990, notice is given that the Proposed Action would affect an existing floodplain. Potential impacts and mitigation measures are described in the Final EA. The FAA accepted the Final EA as a federal document and determined a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the proposed development on-Airport property. The Final EA and FONSI are available for public review either by using the link below or to view a hard copy at the San Luis Obispo County Airports Administrative Office, 975 Airport Drive, Suite 1, San Luis Obispo CA 93401.


Yellow bi plane parked in front of a hangar
Ground of people standing in front of a white and blue Nasa airplane
Small red and white airplane parked on a ramp